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Is there a language out yet

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sorry try to post a clearer question.. I am not sure I understood you correctly
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i think hes asking if there are any amazigh -to- {insert language here} dictionaries available.


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hmm, ive not seen it before... It would be nice to have one.
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You seem to care a lot about this Language, so perhaps you can make one [ Amazigh - English] ?

And yes there are some actually, one of my sisters studied Amazigh in highschool and they had dictionaries I think.



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Any one has a link....I would definitely love one...

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yeh if it doesnt exist, we should prepare one at least we will be the first Oxford Dictionary in amazighi :D

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i noe there is an amazigh-french dictionary and a french-amazigh dictionary online somewhere out there

i need to refind the site and i'll post it up if u guys are interested smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />

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3awawa, marhba beek. this is a surprise. How have u been sis? nshallah you are well. Are you still an evironmentalist? lol

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3awawa, marhba beek. this is a surprise. How have u been sis? nshallah you are well. Are you still an evironmentalist? lol




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haha yeaa i kinda still am..though i dont think i'm doing a good job with the whole no littering thing :P

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There has been a dictionary out since early 1960's produced in France. there are now more then 200 dictionaries out in the different tamazight dialects and from tamazight to other languages, if you do a google check or even check on amazon.com you will find many free ones or ones for sale,, there is a site which is now working on a program where you can type in the english word and it will give you the tamazight word.. hopefully it will be up and running by the first of the year still working on the bugs..
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